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Free School Meals During Holidays

I will continue to do all I can to ensure families in Redditch get the support they need to be able to feed their own children through the support we have already made available.

Local COVID alert levels: what you need to know

In Redditch - we are MEDIUM (Tier 1) What local COVID alert levels mean? Local COVID alert levels set out information for local authorities, residents and workers about what to do and how to manage the outbreak in their area. Why the government is introducing local...

Rachel welcomes opening date of Redditch COVID-19 testing site

The local testing site I secured for our town after working with local Public Health officials and the Department for Health & Social Care will be opening next Monday (October 26th).

More funding announced to reduce rough sleeping in Worcestershire

Rough sleepers in Redditch and across Worcestershire who were housed during the pandemic will be helped to stay in accommodation this year thanks to new Government funding. 274 local councils will share £91.5 million of Government funding to ensure interim...

Rachel celebrates teaching of menopause in schools to mark World Menopause Day

To mark World Menopause Day this Sunday (October 18th), Rachel Maclean, MP for Redditch, is celebrating menopause being taught in school for the first time thanks to the campaign led by Rachel and menopause campaigners.  Until now, the menopause has not featured on...

Rachel to host Kickstart virtual roundtable with Redditch business leaders

Rachel is bringing together businesspeople from leading Redditch firms to encourage them to hire young people through the Government’s landmark £2 billion Kickstart scheme.  

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Rachel Maclean MP

Rachel Maclean MP

Member of Parliament for Redditch

About Rachel

A Midlands girl, Rachel went to the local comprehensive school and is a working Mum with four grown up children and two rescue dogs, Phoebe & Herbie. She has spent most of her life in the Solihull and Birmingham area. As promised at the General Election in 2017, Rachel, her family, Phoebe & Herbie the dogs have now moved to the constituency.

Rachel has a background in business, after she married her husband David, they set up a Birmingham based publishing company, specialising in IT and software content. Over the years she faced the challenges and setbacks that many small business owners experience, but the business eventually flourished and now employs people from all over the Midlands area including Redditch people, as well as having an international presence.

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